June 25, 2022

Elon Musk reveals who is controlling the Democrats

Fox Business reports that Elon Musk recently declared that the Democratic Party is controlled by labor unions. 

Musk made the declaration during an interview that he recently did with the Tesla Owners Silicon Valley club.

“The general public is not aware of the degree to which unions control the Democratic Party,” Musk said. “One does not need to speculate on this point.”

Indeed, one does not, and Musk didn’t.

Musk went on to provide his own personal experience of this fact. It had to do with “an EV summit” that Biden held last year in which “Tesla was explicitly not allowed to come, but the [United Auto Workers] was.”

For those unfamiliar with the United Auto Workers [UAW] union, it is one of the largest, most organized, and most powerful unions in the United States.

Musk went on to demonstrate the power that UAW has.

“So, Tesla has made two-thirds of all the electric vehicles in the United States,” Musk said. “So, deliberately excluding us from an EV summit at the White House — but including UAW — tells you everything you need to know.”

“They have so much power over the White House that they can exclude Tesla from an EV summit — insane,” Musk added.

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